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Page A-2 December 14 - December 20, 2009 ✰ Apache Junction - Gold Canyon News ✰ The Hometown Newspaper AAA Extends ‘Tipsy Tow’ Service Bruce Maurer Wallace Obituaries continued his love of Ameri- Program ends New Year’s Day can Indian culture and enjoyed service to those who may cel- exploring the area around This holiday season, AAA Friday, December 18 vides a one-way ride for the ebrate at holiday gatherings Apache Junction, especially Arizona is spreading holi- Saturday, December 19 driver, one passenger and a little too much through the an area called Pottery Road. day cheer to Arizona motor- Thursday, December 24 their vehicle. Services will New Year. He would take his family ists who choose not to drink Friday, December 25 not be provided to motorists Tipsy Tow will be offered and grandsons and spend the and drive. After providing its Thursday, December 31 requesting a tow to another from 6 p.m. through 6 a.m. on day exploring. He enjoyed “Tipsy Tow” service for four Friday, January 1 drinking establishment, re- the following dates leading watching the changes on “His consecutive holidays, the auto During periods in which pair facility or any location into the New Year: Mountain,” the Superstition club is extending its free tow the service is offered, driv- other than their home. How- Mountain, through all the sea- ers, potential passengers, ever, in some cases, a tow to Sheriff’s Toy sons. He loved archeology and party hosts, bartenders and a hotel may be allowed if the anthropology and was very restaurant managers can call motorists is, or plans to be- passionate about caring for the 1-800-AAA-HELP (1-800- come, a guest. Drive Begins Earth and not doing damage. 222-4357) to request a free Other services that will not He wanted to preserve the tow home of up to 10 miles. be provided include: requests Earth for future generations. Callers can simply tell the for a vehicle start, flat tire Bruce Maurer Wallace, 58, He was preceded in death by AAA operator, “I need a Tipsy change, gas delivery, “taxi” was born in Van Nuys, Calif., his dad, Bill Wallace in 1988 Stars available in Florence lobby Tow,” to receive the free tow and ride home. The program service and requests to trans- port more than two people on July 6, 1951, and passed and his mom, Ruth Wallace in FLORENCE—The Pinal toys and is still collecting away in Apache Junction, 2008, and is survived by his is open to everyone. You do with the vehicle. In addition, County Sheriff’s Office’s toys in an effort to brighten Ariz., on December 8, 2009. love Judy Newton; daughters not need to be a AAA mem- motorists can expect to be headquarters in Florence is local children's holiday sea- He grew up in Topanga, Can- Beverly Hileman and Kathryn ber to take advantage of this charged the standard rate for decorated with blue garland son. yon, Calif., where he loved Caswell; grandsons Airman service. trips longer than 10 miles. and Sheriff’s Stars. Through December 18, to roam the canyon, explor- James “JR” Robert Hileman, “During this time of year, AAA Arizona offered the Each star corresponds with the Pinal County Sheriff’s ing American Indian sites, U.S. Navy, and John Hileman, many people gather to cel- Tipsy Tow program for the a child whose family has ex- Stars can be removed from wild animals of the area and all of Apache Junction; his ebrate the holidays with fam- Labor Day, Memorial Day, pressed a need for assistance the garland and chosen to mother nature. His family sister Katie Wallace of Tulare, ily and friends,” said AAA Independence Day and with toys this year. be sponsored. Community moved to Tulare, Calif., in Calif., He is also survived by Arizona Public Affairs Direc- Thanksgiving holidays ear- With many families fac- members and employees can 1964 where he graduated aunts, uncles and cousins who tor Linda Gorman. “We want lier this year. ing economic hardships, take a tag and drop off the from high school and then will sorely miss him, (includ- to make sure party hosts and The auto club estimates times can be tight during new, unwrapped gift/gifts to enlisted in the United States ing his “babies” Dude, Sara, party goers alike know they that a first-time DUI convic- the holidays. The goal of the the Sheriff’s Office no later Air Force. He was a proud Dora, Keyboard and Rowdy). can rely on AAA to get them tion can cost a motorist more Sheriff’s Office Toy Drive than December 21. Vietnam Veteran. He moved He will be remembered for home safely this holiday sea- than $10,000 in fines, pen- is to reach as many Pinal The Pinal County Sheriff’s to Apache Junction in 1983 his love of life, family, ani- son, thereby making the roads alties, restitution, ignition County children and impact Office Headquarters Build- and took care of the rodeo mals and his quirky sense of safer for everyone." interlock installation and the lives of as many Pinal ing is located at 971 Jason arena for several years. He humor. The first program of its kind maintenance, legal fees and County families as possible. Lopez Circle in Florence. in the state, Tipsy Tow pro- increased insurance costs. The Sheriff’s Office Com- For more information, con- TIRED OF HIGH munity Resource Unit has tact Lori Schaum at (520) FUEL COSTS? spent the last few months raising money to purchase 866-5173 or Lt. Tamatha Villar at (520) 705-4245. Justice Court Save up to 25% to 50% in fuel coStS! improve horsepower and Sheriff’s Record reduce emissions. Apache Junction fits all gasoline and Pinal County Justice Court diesel engines. 575 N. Idaho Rd. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Department Judge Dennis Lusk, Presiding Sheriff Paul Babeu, Pinal County Sheriff Kathleen Kleeby - 55, of Mesa, guilty of driving on Arrests suspended license. Sentenced to 36 months unsupervised December 4 - Nicolas Yorston Moore, 21, of AJ, was ar- probation, $693 fine. NO HOAX! rested for burglary 2nd degree. December 10 - Blaine Andrew Smith, 21, of Gold Canyon, Holly Taylor - 26, of Queen Creek, guilty of driving on GUARANTEED suspended license. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised was arrested for criminal damage, disorderly conduct, 2 probation, $412 fine. pricing starting at $275 counts aggravated assault. Josh Hunt - 19, of Phoenix, guilty of possession of drug www.hhofuelllc.com paraphernalia. Sentenced to 24 months unsupervised proba- 480-734-9334 • 480-354-6152 Police Record tion, $300 fine. Gary Esquivel - 38, of Queen Creek, guilty of driving on Family Owned Since 1951 suspended license. Sentenced to 24 months unsupervised probation, $300 fine. Arizona’s Most Beautiful Cemetery! The Apache Junction Police Department Jose Torres - 35, of Hermosillo Sonora, MX, guilty of speed. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation, Chief of Police, Jerald Monahan $420 fine. Decenber 2 - December 8, 2009 Michelle Bridgman - 22, of Queen Creek, guilty of dis- Lowest cemetery prices in years orderly conduct/DV. Sentenced to Lifeskills program, 12 Arrests months unsupervised probation, $775 fine. Crematory on Premises • Veterans Discount December 2 - Eric Grubbs, 18, of the 1300 block W. 18th Call for an appointment & free gift Michael Mosteller - 33, of Nephi, UT, guilty of disorderly Avenue, was arrested for liquor law violations. December 2 - Bill Schooler, 53, of the 1500 block E. Scenic Street, was arrested for simple assault. December 2 - Joseph Haro, 39, of the 600 block W. 16th conduct/DV. Sentenced to Lifeskills program, 12 months unsupervised probation, $775 fine. James Potter - 63, of Gold Canyon, guilty of disorderly End Of Year Special! FREE Companion upgrade with purchase of single space (Some restrictions apply) Avenue, was arrested for simple assault. December 2 - Maurice Friedman, 58, no address provided, conduct/DV. Sentenced to domestic violence counseling, 60 days jail, 12 months unsupervised probation, $1150 fine. Mention AJ News for $100 OFF Cremationor Funeral Pkg Jeffrey Kurdelak - 46, of San Tan Valley, guilty of threat- We accept and honor all funeral pre-arrangements. was arrested on a warrant from another agency. ening/intimidating. Sentenced to domestic violence coun- Mountain View Funeral Home & Cemetery December 2 - Dusty Aquino, 36, of the 500 block S. Corn- seling, batterer’s intervention, 180 days jail, 24 months wall Drive, was arrested on drug equipment violation. What Do I Do? 7900 E Main St., Mesa unsupervised probation, $775 fine. December 2 - Kimberly St. Armour, 34, of the 200 block S. Joel Squires - 26, of Queen Creek, guilty of disorderly Call Mountain View! 480-832-2850 56th Street, was arrested for drug/narcotic violations. conduct/DV. Sentenced to domestic violence counseling, December 3 - Ian Jalbert, 38, of the 1100 block W. 22nd batterer’s intervention, 180 days jail, 24 months unsuper- Avenue, was arrested for drug/narcotic violations. vised probation, $775 fine. December 3 - Crystal Nichols, 32, of the 300 block S. Oco- tillo Drive, was arrested for trespass of real property. City Court December 4 - Denise Beck, 47, of the 100 block S. Meridian Drive, was arrested on a warrant from another agency. December 4 - Ricky Ott, 52, of the 2100 block N. Main H1N1 Flu Drive, was arrested on a warrant from another agency. Shot December 5 - Michael Burrell, 24, of the 7900 block E. Door to Door time is 39 Minutes While supplies last Autumn Sage Trail, was arrested for destructive/damage/ Apache Junction City Magistrate Court vandalism of property. 300 E. Superstition Blvd. City Magistrate James Hazel, Presiding For our cash patients December 5 - Joseph Newman, 38, of the 1800 block N. Edgewater Circle, was arrested for traffic violations. December 8 - Billy Perdue, 44, of AJ, guilty of criminal December 5 - Nessia Fontain, 25, of the unit block Bluff damage. Sentenced to Lifeskills anger management pro- Point Circle, was arrested for traffic violations. gram, $210 fine. December 5 - Gary Bergman, 63, of the 200 block Foothill December 8 - Mindy Martinez, 22, of Scottsdale, guilty Street, was arrested on a warrant from another agency. of false reporting to law enforcement agency. Sentenced December 5 - Denise Beck, 47, of the 100 block W. Merid- to $400 fine. (480) 982-3691 • Fax (480) 982-3692 ian Drive, was arrested for simple assault. December 8 - Joseph Nunez, 32, of Mesa, guilty of criminal 6820 S. Kings Ranch Rd., Suite 130 • Gold Canyon December 5 - Laura Laughlin, 48, of the 100 block N. 74th trespass. Sentenced to $210 fine. Hrs: 8am-6pm 7 days www.goldcanyonurgentcare.com Street, was arrested for simple assault. December 8 - Tanya Loftis, 36, of AJ, guilty of dog viola- December 6 - Kyle Cool, 27, of the 1400 block E. Kenwood tions. Sentenced to 15 hours community restitution, $510 Street, was arrested for disorderly conduct. December 6 - Robert Helms, 40, no address provided, was arrested for simple assault. fine, fine can be reduced to $109 if no further dog violations for 6 months. December 8 - Howard Taylor, 56, of Mesa, guilty of failure Sundance Restaurant & Lounge KARAOKE December 7 - Cody Peppers, 18, of the 1600 block N. to notify owner of striking unattended vehicle. Sentenced 8:30-12:30 Ironwood Drive, was arrested for burglary. to $210 fine. December 8 - Destiny Nieves, 27, of AJ, guilty of failure NEW YEARS EVE SPECIAL NEW YEARS EVE December 8 - Jefferey Wright, 18, of the 1500 block S. Cedar Drive, was arrested for disorderly conduct. December 8 - Beth Ann Wright, 39, of the 1500 block S. Cedar Drive, was arrested for disorderly conduct. to comply with police officer. Sentenced to 20 hours com- munity restitution. December 8 - Migdalia Camacho, 37, of AJ, guilty of Steak $ & Shrimp 1299 OR Prime $ Rib 1399 Specials include choice of potato, vegetable or soup, glass of champagne and dessert. Incidents driving on suspended license, no insurance, license plate Join us for food, cocktails & Entertainment! December 2 - Aggravated assault in the 600 block N. violation. Sentenced to $1042 fine. Tomahawk Road. Theft in the 1700 block E. 12th Avenue. December 9 - Dale Florian, 47, of Mesa, guilty of possession Make dinner reservations NOW! Aggravated assault in the 600 block W. 16th Avenue. Theft of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to 4 days jail. Wednesday Thursday Friday in the 1200 block W. Apache Trail. December 9 - Richard King, 53, of Tempe, guilty of inter- fering with judicial proceedings. Sentenced to 36 months Uncle Beaver Dakota Kid Candice (Solo) December 3 - Theft in the 1500 block E. Broadway Av- 3:30-6:30pm enue. unsupervised probation, 180 days jail, 120 days postponed, 5-8pm 5-8pm Variety & Original $125 attorney fee, $2675 jail fee. Classic Country & Rock Classic Country December 4 - Criminal damage in E. Superstition Blvd. Bustin Loose area. Assault in the 1700 block S. Lawson Drive. December 9 - Douglas Geil, 48, of AJ, guilty of DUI with Saturday - 6:30-9pm December 5 - Burglary 3rd degree in the 100 block N. Sa- BAC .08 or more. Sentenced to 30 days jail, 22 days post- Karaoke w/City Bob 8pm Classic Country & Rock guaro Drive. Aggravated assault in the 600 block E. Kachina poned, alcohol/drug screening, MADD, $125 attorney fee, Every Wednesday & Friday Avenue. Criminal damage in the Old West Highway/ $467 jail fee, $500 prison construction fund, $500 state fund/ public safety equipment fund. All you can eat Alaskan Cod or Ribs Tomahawk Road area. Assault in the 100 block N. Meridian 1535 Old West Highway & Tomahawk Drive. Resisting arrest in the 2700 block S. Idaho Road. Apache Junction, AZ 85119 Banquet December 6 - Assault in the N. Ironwood Drive area. 480-983-1917 Room For Hire! BEST COFFEE! December 7 - Theft in the 900 block N. San Marcos Drive. Mon-Sat 6:30am-Late•Sun 6:30am-8pm Theft in the 2500 block S. Ironwood Drive. Burglary 3rd degree in the 1600 block N. Ironwood Drive. Burglary 2nd degree in the 500 block E. 10th Avenue. Recycle your old newspapers December 8 - Theft in the unit block E. 29th Avenue. Moles- at the News • 115 N. Apache Trail tation of a child in the 3700 block E. Broadway Avenue.
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